Biloxi Little Theatre | 220 Lee Street, Biloxi, MS 39531 | P: (228) 432-8543 (voicemail only)


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Directed by Brandy Mills

CastRalph - Jay Huffstatler
Ralphie - AJ Wright 
Mom - Vicky Mathews Burrage
The Old Man - Bill Collins 
Miss Shields - Jessica Crosby 
Flick - Mikey Richards 
Schwartz - John Quave 
Esther Jane - Bethany Webster 
Helen Weathers- Gracie Mills 
Randy - Aidan Fayard 
Scut Farkas/Black Bart - Trace Bush 
Toadie - Killian McCaleb 
Santa Claus - Dan Murphy 
Evil Elves - Dosha Quave & 
Jadey Olivia Kramer
Desperado One - Austin Thomas 
Tree Salesman & Delivery Man - Scott Keller
Voiceovers/Desperado Two - Radio Announcer etc - Dimitri Schwartz 
Mall Rats - Chloe Nguyen, Victoria Robinson, Joseph Agler 
Lead Mall Rat - Andy Baygents 
Students - Nolan Halat, Emma Robinson, Madelyne Lenaz, Katelyn Richards 
Student Extras- Cierra Kramer, Shugee Theriot

Production Team 

Brandy Mills - Director 
Apryl Lyn Hall - Assistant Director 

Bill Collins and Dan Murphy -Set Build 
Kyle Finan - Stage Manager 
Charlene Deaton & Janice Murphy - Production Managers
Costumes- Dolive Richards 
Lights - Kyle Murphy
Sound - Brandy Mills

Student Production Team 

Student Assistant Director -Erin Schlicht
Student Stage Manager - Gabrielle Baygents
Student Production Manager - Shelby Tapper 
Student Props Mistress- Faith Webster 
Student Props Person- Linda Little

Humorist Jean Shepherd’s memoir of growing up in the midwest in the 1940s follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder BB gun under the tree for Christmas. Ralphie pleads his case before his mother, his teacher and even Santa Claus himself, at Goldblatt’s Department Store. The consistent response: “You’ll shoot your eye out.” All the elements from the beloved motion picture are here, including the family’s temperamental exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the boys’ experiment with a wet tongue on a cold lamppost; the Little Orphan Annie decoder pin; Ralphie’s father winning a lamp shaped like a woman’s leg in a net stocking; Ralphie’s fantasy scenarios and more. A Christmas Story is destined to become a theatrical holiday perennial.